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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma Teng Fei View Post
    A Day in the Life by The Beatles - one of my all time favorite pop songs. I was around 10 during the "invasion". I remember when WABC would play a Beatles song every 20min or something. I will always love the Beatles.
    Remember the WMCA "Good Guys? Murray the K, the self-proclaimed "Fifth Beatle"?

    Guess it was WINS, although I remember WMCA.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suSx4MnXIUU

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    Great song......great album, great band.


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    Ten years gone - Led Zeppelin
    Boys of Summer - Don Henley
    New York State of Mind - Billy Joel

    These are three key songs that really send me back and make me think of the past.

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    After I saw that George Harrison documentary on HBO a few months ago I started playing the hell out of his solo stuff. Definitely my favorite of the Beatles.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-KAvPbO8JY

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XFfUt7HQWM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5alGzF9hu_0

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    All things must pass is one of the finest records ever made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Remember the WMCA "Good Guys? Murray the K, the self-proclaimed "Fifth Beatle"?

    Guess it was WINS, although I remember WMCA.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suSx4MnXIUU

    Yeah, the "fifth Beatle"....Forgot all about that. You probably have the station right. I can't remember for sh*t. The friendly, local CCP, blocks you tube, twitter & face book over here - too cheap to by a VPN

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    In the last few weeks, I've had a hankerin' for this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Soberphobia View Post
    The opening to CYHMK is the default ringtone on my phone.

    I use the opening to this as the ringtone when my wife calls.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vo23H9J8o8

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    Uncle Albert - Admiral Halsey.

    Still don't know what it means, but I play it a lot.

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    Not a song I remember from my childhood particularly, but I am currently obsessed with the drums on this track and have been listening to it repeatedly.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzS0VS5dy20

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFCEastFan View Post
    Not a song I remember from my childhood particularly, but I am currently obsessed with the drums on this track and have been listening to it repeatedly.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzS0VS5dy20
    I can hear why. Great rollicking drive. Don't know anything about David Teegarden, the drummer on that classic track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    In the last few weeks, I've had a hankerin' for this:

    Big Foreigner fan. Original Bass Player, Ed Gagliardi lived next door to my high school best friend. Gagliardi graduated from my high school.

    he literally answered an ad in the village voice for bass player wanted.. thats how he got the gig.

    I met him once after the 1st album at his parents house in Brentwood NY. Not sure what happened but after 2 albums they replaced him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    Big Foreigner fan. Original Bass Player, Ed Gagliardi lived next door to my high school best friend. Gagliardi graduated from my high school.

    he literally answered an ad in the village voice for bass player wanted.. thats how he got the gig.

    I met him once after the 1st album at his parents house in Brentwood NY. Not sure what happened but after 2 albums they replaced him.
    I saw them on their maiden tour with Gagliardi on bass (and Ian McDonald on sax, if you can believe it). Very tight band who did not go over that night at SUNY Potsdam. I remember Lou Gramm screaming, "Wake up. Potsdam!!" to no avail.

    Think I was the only person in the audience who had their debut record, which is a classic, BTW.

    Cool story, southpark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    I saw them on their maiden tour with Gagliardi on bass (and Ian McDonald on sax, if you can believe it). Very tight band who did not go over that night at SUNY Potsdam. I remember Lou Gramm screaming, "Wake up. Potsdam!!" to no avail.

    Think I was the only person in the audience who had their debut record, which is a classic, BTW.

    Cool story, southpark.
    Agreed. I like the band. Blue Morning Blue day is one of my favorites.

    I met Ian McDonald (quick intro, nothing more) in Hammerheads in West Islip, NY. He was there watching Rat Race Choir.

    Funny how bands made the college tour. I saw Foreigner that tour at Stony Brook. I was in high school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    Agreed. I like the band. Blue Morning Blue day is one of my favorites.

    I met Ian McDonald (quick intro, nothing more) in Hammerheads in West Islip, NY. He was there watching Rat Race Choir.

    Funny how bands made the college tour. I saw Foreigner that tour at Stony Brook. I was in high school.
    Great tune. Lou Gramm is one of the great vocalists.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPeU3XgeUaw

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